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... choral presentation was made by the woman servers who gathered on the lawn and serenaded us in their native language, without any accompaniment nor training. The magic continued. From this we wandered across the lawns to the kral where the Zulu warriors danced for us by firelight. Again a perfect evening made more perfect by all that was presented to us, from fabulous food, the choir of servers to the Zulu dancers under the full ...
... the Spar, then drove back out to The Galley. Jackie had a seafood platter apparently for 1, washed down with a mojito and a glass of wine. I had an enormous pie, which I managed to eat, and mash and a couple of pints. The restaurant was busy and the only available seats had been in the indoor smoking area, which seemed strange, but bearable. It was too cold to sit outside. Back at Villa Jaime, we had a glass of wine on the patio and went to bed. Song of the Day - Polly by ...
... the morning. I learnt that the study of the perfecting of Jesus has many lessons we can allocate in our daily lives. I learnt that if the only child who missed out on a lolly because you ran out happens to not be white, you can be called a racist. I learnt that nothing builds friendships more, then time together, especially at a bible school. I learnt that I am surrounded by amazing people who I grow closer to daily and am so grateful for ...
We waved goodbye to my brother Joe yesterday at Heathrow, it was his birthday and he had accompanied us all the way to the airport. Clambering abroad our South African Airways plane as the days in East Finchley grew chilly andlight puffs of wind caught early autumn leaves. It was time to go.
So after leaving Cameroon at the end of May and with 2 months pottering about eating cheese on velos in France and a month and a half back in the UK we were back ...
... I got another 400 of my rand back and realized
it was 11 already and I needed to get to the airport. I got my stuff
from the room and took a cab since it was quickest. The 2 cabs were
arguing over who got the fare, so I said whoever gets me there for 300
rand (down from 350) wins. I got to the airport around 12 and my flight
was at 1:05. I tried to check in at a kiosk and it said there wasn't
enough info for me to do it. I went to the humanoid ...